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It’s Wild Card Weekend, and we have a couple of things that you can do to help you get your mind off work!

Buy The 2013 Hennessy Vendom GT Spyder:

From Hennessey comes the announcement of a new supercar called the Venom GT Spyder, which is an open-air version of its Venom GT. While the original Venom GT had the price tag of $950,000, the Spyder version ups the ante with a lofty price of $1.1 million. Performance Engineer CEO Don Goldman says that with the open-air model, drivers with get an even better driving experience.

While specs for the car are currently unavailable, we know from the original model that the car is destined to boast somewhere in the area of 1,200 horsepower. Hennessey has also stated that it has already received two orders out of the five Venom GT Spyders it will ultimately make, so if you have the cash, now is your time to act.


Shop At The Pop Up Flea:

The fourth installment of New York City’s “Pop Up Flea” returned yesterday and goes through the weekend. More than 30 brands and vintage dealers are taking part in this year’s installment. It is a true one stop shopping experience for men’s gift buying.

Here’s the rundown on who will be showcasing their wears: L.L. Bean Signature, Red Wing Heritage, Levi’s Vintage Clothing, Todd Snyder, Billykirk, Alexander Olch, Dehen 1920, Gitman Brothers Vintage, Grown & Sewn, The Hill-Side, Hodinkee, Danner Boots, J.W. Hulme, Mr. JP Williams, Lemon Ball, Leatherhead, Mer Bags, Oak Street Bootmakers, Pierrpont Hicks, Quality Mending Company, Rancourt & Co., Tanner Goods, Tellason, Hickoree’s, Three Potato Four, Wooden Sleepers, Levi’s Made & Crafted, Sit and Read Furniture, Digby and Iona, Schott NYC, Smith + Butler, Terrapin Stationers, Strawser & Smith, and Isaora.


Financial Tip Of The Day:

Plan your meals around your grocery store’s flyer.
Instead of just planning your meals based on a cookbook or whatever you can dream up, plan all your meals around what’s on sale in your grocery store’s flyer. Look at the biggest sales, then plan meals based on those ingredients and what you have on hand, and you’ll find yourself with a much smaller food bill than you’re used to.

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